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Western Pennsylvania History Magazine: The Latest Issues

Western Pennsylvania History Magazine: The Latest Issues

$ 26.95 $ 31.80
Enjoy the four most recent issues four issues Western Pennsylvania History, published quarterly by the Heinz History Center. Special discounted bundle pricing! Bundle includes:

Western Pennsylvania History Spring 2020 
The Spring 2020 issue includes pieces on: 
- Pittsburgh at the Smithsonian, with images from the new exhibition, Smithsonian's Portraits of Pittsburgh: Works from the National Portrait Gallery.
- The path leading to Andrew Mellon's founding of the National Portrait Gallery.
- The power of Hollywood film publicity photographs.
- A collection of 1960s photographs from St. Mary's Catholic High School in Sharpsburg.
- Portraits of prehistoric people at Meadowcroft and their environment.
- Lives reflected in the multi-generational collection of the Foster and Mars Family Papers and Photographs.
- The work of local artist Jennifer Rempel.
- The Wallisch sisters, a local singing sensation of the 1920s.
- Exploring Italian American identity with photo identification.

Western Pennsylvania History Winter 2019/2020
The Winter 2019/2020 issue includes pieces on: 
-Nick Ranalli and his work on North Park as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps
-Entrepreneurial Pittsburgh boilermaker and Civil War Colonel Robert Munroe
-Early settlers and commerce at the Point
-Fred Lenn the battling boxer
-Western Penitentiary’s inmate newspaper, The Echo
-Architect Louis Bellinger and the creation of Greenlee Field
T-he Trade Institute of Pittsburgh’s mission to teach life-changing skills
-History of holiday gift giving
-Suffragist and Civil Rights icon Daisy Lampkin

Western Pennsylvania History Fall 2019
The Fall 2019 issue includes pieces on:
-The 1939 Westinghouse time capsule and other similar projects that aimed to store items and information for the people of the future
-The life of Byron Earl Shaw, beloved local physician and World War I veteran
-How do we know people used the Meadowcroft Rockshelter 19,000 years ago?
-Pittsburgh’s Parting of the Ways Home, an early halfway house
-Recreating the Northeast Fountain in Allegheny Commons
-Chiller Theater and the girl with the Terminal Stare
-The film career of Jean-Pierre Nutini

Western Pennsylvania History Summer 2019
The Summer 2019 issue includes pieces on: 
-The 50th anniversary of the Fort Pitt Museum in Point State Park
-Bradford native Marilyn Horne and her rise to the Met Opera stage
-Artist Robert Griffing’s painted depictions of 18th-century frontier history
-Resources for studying local gardens in the Detre Library & Archives
-The origin of Akron plan churches and some local examples
-Folk music band Smokestack Lightning
-The History Center’s H.J. Heinz Company collection
-The Black Construction Coalition and “Black Monday”

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